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the stage, i met this very spiritefellow who claimed to be mitt romney. >> the economy is again the central focus. the new jobs numbers drop the unm employment rate below 9%. >> we have made too much progress. >> a sign of recovery as the voters head to the polls. we cover it all this morning. the policy fight emerging from the debate and the policy. what does the debate reveal about these two men? >>> plus, our preview of the vice presidential debate this coming week. this morning, a special panel. obama campaign senior adviser robert gibbs. former republican presidential candidate newt gingrich. hilary rosen. mike murphy. and nbc's chief white house correspondent and political director chuck todd. >>> and finally, what you haven't heard from arnold schwarzenegger this week. a revealing conversation with the former california governor. he talks politics and his personal failings. >> what would you like your sons to learn from your mistakes? >> i think that they're not going to make the same mistakes. >>> from nbc news in washington, "meet the press" with david gregory. >>> and good morning
to 7.8%. the best number since january of 2009. the economy created 114,000 new jobs for the month in line with what economists were looking for and job creation numbers for the d upward. after a mixed start to the week the markets bounced back after positive economic data and what some called a romney rally following the presidential debate. the market was mixed on friday. the the auto sales are powering . on an annualized basis, sales hit 15 million units. the best number since march of 2008. gm and ford posted flat numbers but chrysler, toyota and volkswagen were strong. >>> a major milestone for facebook. the social website passed the -- the stock is down 38% 40%. >>> there's no such thing as a foolish question about money, the markets or the economy. so says my next guest tom gardner, ceo of "the motley fool." thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> we got the numbers out on friday showing 114,000 new jobs created for the month. the unemployment rate the lowest in 3 1/2 years 7.8%. were you surprised by the numbers? what do you think it tells us where we are i
about the sudden drop in unemployment that is good news for the economy and a great news for his reelection campaign. >> more americans are entering the workforce. more americans are getting jobs. if that unemployment dropped from 8.1% to 7.9%, but mitt romney -- >> we are having problems with that story. the latest political news on our website,, with the up-to-date information for state, local, and national elections. >>> they had fought for years to fight extradition. now four suspects are in u.s. courts. how they answered the charges against them. he was convicted of stealing the pope's private papers and linking them to a journalist. why he may not spend any time in prison, next. prison, next. >>> an extremist clear-cut and four other suspect appeared in court today hours after they were brought for into the u.s. to face trial. the preacher did not enter replete of charges he conspired to set up a terrorist training camp and at oregon and abducted 16 hostages. four other men pled not guilty. >>> the vatican says that the former butler of pope benedict is expected
for america right now that's going to get this economy going and create jobs, jobs and more jobs. 12 million jobs, to be specific. >> reporter: earlier, republican surrogates like newt gingrich were out in force on four leading political shows saying the president's debate performance and the administration's response to the latest jobs report. >> the unemployment report has fallen to its lowest since i took office. >> when you have a white house celebrating a 7.8% unemployment record tells a lot about the failed add miministratiadminist policies. >> they had full charge of the first two years, and the policies this president put in place actually made it worse. the middle class is being buried under this administration. >> reporter: meantime, paul ryan enjoyed a mostly leisurely sunday. making a trip to the pumpkin patch with his family. >> how are you feeling about the debate? >> what debate? >> nbc news, wisconsin. >>> i'm kristin welker traveling with the president after celebrating his 20th wedding anniversary with the first lady last night. the president is in california to raise milli
office. does that help the president at this point or is the economy baked into this election? >> both things are probably true. the point that you made about the lowest level since he took office, that's important. we're already seeing in polling are more optimism among voters about the economy. that all is to the president's benefit but a very weak rae covery. 114,000 jobs is not very robust at all. you still have a very high percentage of those who have been out of work for six months or more so the economy is still really hurt iing. the question is whether anything that happens on the economy now is enough to move people's feelings significantly when you're down to a point of a much smaller pool of voters who will change their minds at this point. >> what do you have coming up on "meet the press" this morning? >> we have a special panel including newt gingrich and robert gibbs. also, what you haven't heard from arnold schwarzenegger this week about his personal failings and the race for the white house. >> david gregory, thank you very much. >>> up next on "today," is bigger better
-- >> let me tell you what the ayatollah sees. he sees an economy being crippled. the ayatollah sees that there are 50% fewer exports of oil. he sees the currency going into the tank. he sees the economy going into freefall and he sees the world for the first time totally united in opposition to him getting a nuclear weapon. now, with regard to b.b., he's been my friend for 39 years. the president has met with him many times. he's spoken to b.b. netanyahu as much as he's spoken to anybody. just before he went to the u.n., i was on a conference call with the president with him talking to b.b. for well over an hour. in stark relief and detail of what was going on. this is a bunch of stuff. look, here's the deal -- >> what does that mean, a bunch of stuff? >> it means it's simply inaccurate. >> he's irish. >> we irish call it mularkey. we irish call it mularkey. but last thing, the secretary of defense has made it absolutely -- he didn't walk anything back. we will not allow the iranians to get a nuclear weapon. what b.b. held up there was when they get to the point where they can enric
this is about foreign policy. this will be about the economy. mitt romney knows he has to pass a certain threshold and convince people he can be commander-in- chief. >> a new poll shows mitt romney closed in on the president's lead following last week's debate. the new research poll gives mitt romney a four point edge. >> foreign policy will be the focus of the final presidential debate on october 22. the next face-off between the present and mitt romney is next week in hempstead, new york. >> the rain is staying away so far. we're surrounded by it but downtown baltimore remains dry. 54 degrees, 6 mile an hour wind coming out of the east and northeast. the rain will not be far away. the chances are pretty good that a shower will track through. this is headed northeast on -- it does not look like a rainout but the chance for showers will be there for least another couple of hours. in west virginia and parts of western maryland, some wet snow mixed in in the highest elevations. the first pitches after a p.m. this evening. the rain chances will be running at 50-50. that is improved. tempera
serious stomach conditions may still exist. talk to your doctor about nexium. not in this economy. we also have zero free time, and my dad moving in. so we went to fidelity. we looked at our family's goals and some ways to help us get there. they helped me fix my economy, the one in my house. now they're managing my investments for me. and with fidelity, getting back on track was easier than i thought. call or come in today to take control of your personal economy. get one-on-one help from america's retirement leader. >>> back now with a sign of the times. some schools across the country where some kids are sticking around long after the last bell for the final meal of the day they otherwise may not get. rahima ellis reports. >> reporter: nestled in the hills of west virginia is doddridge elementary school. inside, a familiar scene, students lining up to eat in the cafeteria. >> grab your milk. >> reporter: but it's 5:20 in the evening and this is a free dinner, chicken and salad wraps with apple crisp for dessert. >> it just tastes really good. >> reporter: with more than 25% of children
a day men's 50+. not in this economy. we also have zero free time, and my dad moving in. so we went to fidelity. we looked at our family's goals and some ways to help us get there. they helped me fix my economy, the one in my house. now they're managing my investments for me. and with fidelity, getting back on track was easier than i thought. call or come in today to take control of your personal economy. get one-on-one help from america's retirement leader. . >>> finally tonight, she is just one mom among millions in this country, and yet something she said, something she is wrote about something she noticed in her own family has the attention of a lot of other mothers and fathers in the u.s. specifically, she noted she was not in any family photos with her kids. and her coming to grips as to why, sure has resonated with us. rehema ellis has more. >> reporter: like many mothers, she was everywhere with the children, but nowhere in their pictures. >> i knew i was not in pictures with my kids, not in front of the water fall. i avoid the camera, i know i avoid the camera. >> reporter:
economy collapse so a deal may be imminent. chris: good news for everybody. when we come back, the big question of the week, who do you pick to win the vice-presidential debate this thursday be right back. >> "the chris matthews show" is brought to you by charles schwab. let's talk about the personal attention you and barnhill: you hear a lot of talk about question seven... so let me tell you what i know: if question seven passes, my company's going to... bring table games, like blackjack and poker... right here to baltimore. a twenty-five million dollar investment... that'll create five hundred new jobs. all right here. today, marylanders are spending $500 million gaming... in other states. let's keep it here. i'm chad barnhill, and we're ready to build right here. we're ready, and it's real. and all that has to happen... is question seven. chris: welcome back. vice president joe biden, u.s. congressman paul ryan have their vice-presidential debate, the only one, this thursday, which brings us to the obvious big question for us, who's going to win? sam? >> i expect ryan to come out li
-sex marriage. >> question 7 -- maryland wins. that is the conclusion of a local economist. maryland's economy in schools stand to benefit. >> the goal is to maximize economic impact. by the way by maximizing economic impact, the state also benefits from fiscal impact. also from other indications of a broader prosperity. jobs, business, so on and so forth. >> the state's gambling program has not been that effective in growing the economy so far. he says if questions 7 does not pass, the state will likely lose more than $1 billion in spending power. over the next three years. many people still go to west virginia out of habit while high rollers go to the table games. the time is now 5:27. still ahead - >>o's fans are revved up and ready for new york after their when as a yankees mast -- last night. >> a maryland man plays a good samaritan and it cost him his head out -- his life. >> we are watching the rain shower continued to attract a lot of 95. a rough morning commute but things should ease up. >> tracking one accident. we will update you on that and check for del are you ready ? share every
, these companies don't need a strong global economy in order to keep growing. they're secular growth stories and will continue to make money even if the world economy smashes into a retaining wall wrush don't stop saying life-saving medicine because of a recession. here's the bottom line. at least for the next two and a half months gilead and alexion are going higher because they've been going higher because they're already hot stocks, and every growth-oriented portfolio manager out there wants to show their clients that they own what's hot and not -- and what's not isn't in their portfolio. that means these stocks are anointed for the fourth quarter. you can pick them up between now and year end on any weakness. next speak to elizabeth in florida. >> caller: hey, cramer. i want to know lexiotica is controlling market share and off set concerns over the euro, so does this italian monopoly seeing you a 20-20 buy or a glaring pass? >> i was over at the haley's, and we were watching "60 minutes." the first thing i did was hit up luxotica. it was a really good business story, and i felt the firs
are getting jobs. >> the president celebrated the new report. the economy added 140,000 jobs. the figures do not reflect what a real recovery looks like. >> when i am president of the u.s., that unemployment rate is going to come down, not because people are giving up and dropping out of the workforce but because we are creating more jobs. i will get america working again. >> on twitter, some critics question the better than expected statistics right before the election? the former ge ceo wrote, "unbelievable jobs numbers. these chicago guys will do anything. the labor secretary said that her agency's data is credible and she stands by their work. an economist on the conspiracy theories. >> i think the chance that there's any intervention is really zero. >> there is only one more jobs report to go before the election. it comes four days before voters cast their ballots. >> political analysts point out that no president has been elected without plummet above 8% since the great depression. stocks struggle to a close on wall street giving up an early rally after the government announced unemplo
and so on. >> the state pose a gambling program has not been that effective so far in growing the economy, he said. there will be between $1.1 billion and $1.50 billion of lost spending power to charlestown alone over the next few years. he said many people are still going out of habit and others are attracted to the table games and table games attract high rollers. >> an update to a medical alert. the centers for disease control and prevention say as many as 13,000 people received steroid shots suspected in name national fungal meningitis outbreak. it is not clear how many are in danger and how many of the shots from especially pharmacy in massachusetts may have been contaminated. health officials have identified two more marylanders who have developed meningitis after receiving the tainted steroid injection last month. that brings the confirmed cases to five including one fatality. 105 people have been sickened by the outbreak. there have been eight deaths. theher product matthat made list. the peanut butter was supplied by the company that is at the center of a national recall. there h
again, some data point from china showed a further decline and that clearly faltered the economy. then that negativity was tossed to europe. will spain take the bailout or not? it's the european spinoff of deal or no deal. by the time we get to our market, i saw this morning at 4:00 a.m., we were looking down substantially. eight of us on world bank survey. i have to admit that when i heard the litany, my first reaction was, oh, here we go again. get ready to baton down the hatches because of the chinese slow down and the european stalemate. i tweeted just that at 4:15. i said here we go again, get ready. but the more i thought about it, the more i realized, are you kidding me? this again? these two headlines? are they even headlines? when they were first in the news, they were clearly disruptive forces, just terrorizing. they stayed that way for many, many months. but somehow the immediate market is graduated from them. sure enough we opened down all week. but then we spent the rest of the day trading higher. it was a clear win for the bulls. here's why, last year at this time a
relative to where they were not meaningful to the economy. the second is plain as the hornets' nest such as an in world war ii, the fiscal cliff. bulls say, wait a second. upon further review, not a cliff, more of a hill, a negotiated descent if it even happened at all. to the bears, a 2,000 foot crevasse ever vest style made worse by the fact the race for the president is polarizing and long lasting. just wait until the tea party owns the republican party in january. want to see where the battlefield is most stark? consider for a moment the knife fight over fedex express. the bears point out this most important worldwide transport guided down not once, twice within a fortnight and painted a picture of a world in steep decline from the stem of asia to the stern of europe. the bulls arrived with a bowie knife sharpened by an analyst talking about next year being a good one and the year after that great one, taking no prisoners. the result hard to argue with a winner and they announced a secondary shortfall above a secondary pre-announcement. you would think the bears are waving a big
the international monetary fund said the global economy could be skidding toward recession. just three years after pulling out of the previous one. that coupled with alcoa's third quarter earnings kickoff could be a big market driver today. yesterday intel, home depot, and walt disney all ened the day lower as u.s. driven sectors were the biggest losers. apple dragged the dow and the s&p despite denials of a strike at one of its manufacturing plants. >>> house officials are wanting u.s. companies to not deal with two of china's dealers. >>> american express and walmart are rolling out a new reloadable prepaid card. currently 85% of walmart's transactions are done in cash. >>> gm plans to hire up to 10,000 computer pros and it takes software and tech design in house. >>> piling more into your fridge these days? that's because american's waist lines are growing along with our refrigerators. new data shows they've expanded more than three cubic feet in the last 30 years. >>> meanwhile, if you're trying to lose a few, the american beverage association is rolling out n soda machines with calorie counts
tuesday. this is drawing criticism from thousands of viewers who want to hear about the economy, health care, and serious issues. >> more fallout for lance armstrong. about a dozen of his former teammates testified against him in a government investigation. it was "the most sophisticated doping program the sport has ever seen." case is part of the usda's against him, erasing his seven titles. he appeared in the revolution 3 70-mile competition, completeing it in less than four hours 11 minuts. >> your home heating bill is about to go up. >> the winter fuels outlook is out. we'll look at how much you'll pay. >> and washington says those wh >> and washington says those wh o have had their catch the great taste of pumpkin before it's gone. hurry into dunkin' donuts and grab a pumpkin muffin or donut today. america runs on dunkin'. >> coming up, he has resigned, and now he has been hired back. he has been accused of soliciting money from firms doing business with the state. why is he back on the payroll? the mother of michael phelps is on the case in david smallwood: maryland money needs to
their best to really make it count. >> they clashed on a wide range of topics, everything from the economy, to iran, even some social issues, and in stark contrast to the first presidential debate, this one was animated. it was fast-paced, full of cutting attacks. let's get right to nbc's political director and chief white house correspondent chuck todd. he is at the debate hall in danville, kentucky. chuck, good morning. >> reporter: well, good morning, matt. it was a tale of two different debate strategies really. for joe biden it was about calming down supporters upset with president obama's performance last week. he went with the kitchen sink approach. paul ryan, he went with the do no harm mantra. >> when we look weak, our adversary are much more willing to test us. they are more brazen in their attacks and our allies are -- >> that's all a bunch of malarkey. >> reporter: joe biden played the role of attack dog, gesturing, interrupting, laughing, make is his presence felt when paul ryan was speaking. >> under a romney administration, we will have credibility on this issue. >> vice pre
what? >> big, yellow, a menace to our economy. mitt romney knows it's not wall street you have to worry about. it's it's sesame street. >> this morning john mccain on the state of the race with the election exactly four weeks away. >>> and skin and bones. matthew mcconaughey goes from this to this. the story behind the actor's startling weight loss today, tuesday, october 9th, 2012. >>> from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on this tuesday morning. i'm savannah guthrie, and you are? >> i'm matt lauer. >> we're so happy to have you here. >> good to be back. it's been a week. >> i actually requested reunited to get us all in the mood. >> you went right to peaches and herb. >> old school. ♪ reunited >> haven't heard that one in a while. thank you, appreciate it. >> welcome back. >> seems like a busy week. >> very happy to have you back. hard to talk politics with peaches and herbs is playing. >> a lot has happened. >> or big bird coming front and center in the presidential cam
to this next presidential debate, how are we going to build this economy for middle class america? are we going to do it as president obama and vice president biden want to did it from the middle out, strengthening opportunity and investing in education and bringing manufacturing jobs back overseas or with mitt romney, tax breaks for the rich. >> how much pressure has that first debate put on vice president biden's shoulders tomorrow now? >> well, i look forward to watching the vice president tomorrow. i know he's eager to do it. i think he's going to have to be on his toes because my guess is you're going to see what mitt romney tried to do which is paul ryan, congressman ryan walk away from the positions that he's held during this campaign and try to give a much, much different and softer image for the american people. >> we'll all be watching. robert gibbs, thank you for your time. >> thanks, matt. >> a reminder, can you watch the vice presidential debate. that's tomorrow night, 9:00 eastern, 6:00 pacific right here on nbc. >>> now 11 after the hours. here's savannah. >>> matt, thank you. th
opponents using the economy as a political weapon. mitt romney for his part at another separate rally in virginia said don't be deceived by these numbers. they don't reflect the number of people who actually have quit the work force and have given up looking for work. in reality, that number has gone down, too. the so called real unemployment rate now at 14.7%. one more thing. mitt romney in a conservative television interview went and disavowed that infamous comment that he made that has cost him so much politically, that 47% of americans he called victims, said they would never vote for him. he said he was flat-out wrong to make that comment. >> mike, thank you. we asked joe scarborough from "morning joe" to take a look back at the week that was in politics. something we're going to call our "weekend mojo." >> so, joe, it was an important week. the presidential election, the unemployment rate came out yesterday at 7.8%. that seems to be -- appeared to be good news for the president. >> there's a big economic debate on exactly what it means. we debated it this week when the number ca
economy. that's why the women's industrial exchange in baltimore is trying to help. kim dacey has more. >> you can find clothing, toys, jewelry and all kinds of hand-crafted local goods at the women's industrial exchange on charles street in down the downtown baltimore. >> it's a colorful, fun, exciting place. >> these vendors are part of what has become a piece of baltimore history. the exchange is celebrating its 130th birthday. it incorporated back in 1882 as an outlet for creative women who weren't allowed to work. >> we started as a women's work. women wouldn't have jobs because it was illegal for them to work. today it's all local artists in here. >> it's amazing history if you think decade by decade since they opened the different things that have happened for women. >> the exchange isn't just a place to sell goods, they also offer education classes for small business owners. >> we have classes every third saturday with the web group, women entrepreneurs of baltimore and they train them how to do business proposals, i teach them to do u.p.s. codes. >> the exchange has grown and
and local charities. >> last year alone, the impact to the local economy was $30 million. since the inception of this event, it was $225 million. >> that is pretty amazing. this is the sixth year in a row that all the adult races are sold out. the man is running as a symbol of all far he has come since he was behind bars and homeless on the streets of baltimore. >> i've played all kinds of sports. i never thought their running would make a person feels so good. >> feeling good is what keeps anthony blue training for his first-ever half marathon. he is a member of the helping up mission. they are survivors like blue, led a life of using drugs. >> i started smoking marijuana. by the age of 23, i was doing marilyn. >> landing him in and out of jail -- i was doing heroin. >> he has a full-time job cleaning up floors at the university of maryland. his addiction now is exercise. >> i come home and everybody is all cheerful, for " 30 in the morning, smiling, ready to run. -- four-o'clock 30 in morning, smiling, ready to run. >> he is coming to the program, started running, has moved on
gambling program has not been particularly effective in growing the economy because it is wrong drawing gamblers from other states. they were from 1.1 billion to 1.5 billion in maryland spending power will go to west virginia is charlestown casino over the next few years. while many people are still going out of habit, others are still attracted to the lucrative table games. >> a congressman calling some chinese companies a threat to american businesses. ei and zte. they are concerned if they get access, they could gain sensitive information. >> the public is not aware how serious the cyber attacks are. we get a terrorist or other they could wreck havoc. >> the chinese foreign ministry called the accusations prejudicial insisting their products are safe. >> now, insta-weather-plus and traffic pulse 11 together. >> get you up-to-date because it is a little busy out there because of rain coming down in many areas. walmart ridge drive is the latest accident coming into us. another accident being cleared in edge water. if you want to travel across did, route 3. 97 looking good at the moment
. it attacks the economy and a lot of charities here who are able to raise a lot of money. i am with a physical therapist for the international center for spinal cord injuries. this is the first time being a charity team with this running festival. you have in one of the largest groups of a single charity. that is something to be proud of. >> we are extremely site -- extremely excited. i am over the moon for the turnout we have had. >> what is really neat about your running group is that many of your patients are going from some sort of paralysis to being able to participate in this running festival. what an inspiration. >> we have 10 patients who are participating in various events. they have worked so hard and we are so proud of them and so excited. >> somebody will be doing the entire marathon in a wheelchair. >> his name is marshall. he is training at speeds of 20- 22 miles an hour. he may be one of the first ones to pass the finish line. >> how can to contribute? >> you can visit our web site. >> thank you. an incredible story. you are going to see a lot of those at the race this weekend.
to the state economy. professors say allowing illegal immigrants to pay institution could come over time, at $66 million to the state treasury. professors say greenback graduates would be more likely to land jobs, pay taxes and save findings. >> we looked at the debate and saw that there was not much out there on the cost and benefits of the dream act as a benefit. >> she calls the report bogus. it is based on numbers. it will appear on the ballot as question 4. on a medical alert this morning, state health officials said the number of final magic is cases is on the rise. and as for the reduce statistics released by the cbc, sitting in a similar increase nationwide. jennifer franciotti is live outside the state health department with a more details. what are officials say and? >> a they are saying this is related to the contaminated steroid shots to relieve back pain. according to the cdc, of breaks reported in 10 states including maryland. 119 cases including one fatality. health officials believe the contaminated medicine was made by the new england, having center in massachusetts and
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. one point, romney made leads on who to handle the economy in virginia and florida, something he has got to crack. >> all right, chuck todd at the venue, we'll talk to you later tonight. andrea mitchell, this format, questions coming from the moderator, in this case, martha radditz of abc news, but as you know the candidates have a skill on the topics, what is the short list for each guy? >> reporter: well, i think just watching what president obama and mitt romney have been arguing about, gives you a road map on what we expect to hear tonight. you will hear argumentings over the budget, over medicare and taxes. and these two men, remember, paul ryan and joe biden were on opposite sides of the negotiating table, during the super committee on the failed budget, where they failed to reach agreement. so they have a lot of past history and will air their arguments in public. you will also hear joe biden bring up abortion, because mitt romney said just this week he didn't know of any legislation that he would go after abortion if he was elected. well, he and his team walked that back, but
for the state of maryland. >> keeping the educational dramatic on the books could help boost the state's economy according to a report just out. the dramatic could -- dream act arrogance to attend college. the report estimates over time the dramatic could have $66 million to state coffers. >> these are estimates based on the assumption that 4500 brenman students to give marriage of -- take advantage of education. all across the state, local supporters have been trying to convince maryland voters to keep the law on the books. if that happens, high-school graduates who live in the state could pay in state tuition. >> if you have lived here in yoyour whole life you should get help from the state to be educated. >> they finished a policy brief. they said it shows the financial benefits of passing the dream act. >> no matter what assumptions we make, the results are that the benefits will greatly outweigh the costs. >> part of their assumption is this is an investment to increase the lifetime earnings of those who benefit. through jobs in tax revenue. >> we look at the debate and saw that there was n
came out looking stronger. after a quick handshake, joe biden and paul ryan went at it on the economy. >> stopped talking about how you care about people. show me something. show me a policy. show me a policy or you take responsibility. >> did they come in and inherit that equation? absolutely. >> they fought about medicare. >> here is the problem, they got the bear -- caught with their hands in the cookie jar. >> now they have a new plan, trust me, it will not cost any more. >> and they fought over the 47%, and this summer. >> 47% -- is about time they take responsibility. >> with respect to that, i think the vice-president well knows that sometimes the words do not come out of the right way. >> they differed on foreign policy. >> we do agree with the timeline and the transition. what any administration will do in 2013 is assess the situation to see how best to complete this timeline. >> we are leaving in 2014. period. >> all of this, the debates, the discussion is meant to get their views out. specifically to voters in key swing states. there will be the focus for the vp candidates
is not an excuse to try to talk down the economy to score a few political points. >> political points is what mitt romney was going for while talking to voters in virginia. >> the president calls his policies going forward. i call them forewarned. >> the unemployment rate fell because people gave up. >> when i'm president of the united states -- that unemployment rate is going to come down not because people are giving up and dropping out of the work force. we're creating more jobs. >> on social media, some conservatives accuse the obama administration of doctoring the jobs numbers. jack welch wrote, unbelievable job numbers. the chicago guys will do anything, can't debate? they'll change the numbers. >> it's lead yous to hear that statement. >> the secretary of labor denies any political motivation, saying the numbers are real. so while romney launches tv ads promising to do better than president obama. >> i have a detailed floon create 12 million new jobs. >> obama is celebrating this report. >> this country has come to far. >> a bench mark proves america is on the right track. >> economists say
millions of dollars to the united states economy. professors say allowing immigrants to pay in-state tuition could come over time, at $66 million to the state treasury. facing the dream act graduates are more likely to land jobs, pay taxes, and their findings are not political. the dream act will appear on the ballot next month as question 4. >> eventually he will be hurtling toward the earth faster than the speed of sound. but the 50 mile per hour wind delayed the amazing flight. >> gusty winds are taking a bow and a down. that is going to be a problem. >> felix want to drop 23 miles over mexico. but for the second straight day, the wind and a real problem delayed this. the next attempt will not happen until at least thursday. >> now, weather and traffic to gather. >> a quick check of the accidents we are tracking. we will start in howard county, on eastbound 32, an accident at 95, and another southbound 295 at arundal mils. if you want to travel -- watch for a crash and the city. and that cold spring. live look at 295, showing you delays forming southbound approaching 175 dow
and paul ryan went at it on the economy. >> stopped talking about how you care about people. show me something. show me a policy. show me a policy where you take responsibility. >>. they come in and inherit the situation? absolutely. >> they thought about medicare. >> here is the problem. they got caught with their hands and the cookie jar. >> now have got a new plan. trust me. it will not cost you any more. a vote and follow your instincts. they fought over the 47%, and. >> i have had it up to your this notion that 47% -- is about time they take responsibility here. >> with respect to that, at the device president knows that sometimes the words do not come out of your mouth the right way. >> they have differences on foreign policy, like when they want the troops out of afghanistan. >> we do agree on the timeline, but we must assess the situation to see how best to complete this timeline. >> we are leaving in 2014. >> one of the goals was to reach voters in a critical swing states. those battlegrounds are again the focus of the candidates today as joe biden had to wisconsin, paul rya
the latter. take 500 people to vegas -- although it would be very good for their local economy. >> my friends and family have never been. it would an opportunity for them to experience vegas. >> as this is coming to a close do you feel like you've changed, you've grown up, evolved since the show started? >> yeah. i definitely think we all have grown up. because of the show, jenny is now engaged. she found her future husband. >> what is cool, we can actually watch ourselves and learn from any mistakes or highest points we had. we kind of grow up together. >> any regrets? most people who learn something regret something in the process, any regrets? >> i do. i was wild. i was wild child. i feel like i grew as a person. i watched myself and i forgot to wear underwear to the club, who does that? now i won't do that. i feel like i've grown as a person and this show helped me do that. >> you look so much slimmer. i'm looking at you in person. you dropped a lot of weight, right? >> i think i more lost inches, too, from working out. i lost about maybe 15, but i really don't weigh myself. >> did you wa
. >> this is a tough economy, and it's finally, finally the unemployment rate is coming down. do we really want to send it up because we were honest with our bosses, probably not? >> okay. >> good point. >> question three. >> we're convinced, you win. >> my boyfriend and i were having a quiet drink at a neighborhood bar. a couple came in with a newborn baby and toddler, at the bar. we were horrified but nobody said anything, not even when the toddler had a meltdown. should the bartender have thrown this family out? >> that's on the parents. >> i've seen this before. >> not the bartender's role. >> bars,gzjjt)qj in bar. >> don't bring the baby into the bar. push the big bugaboo stroller into a crowded bar. i don't get if. >> some expectations of adult zones, right? >> probably. >> would you talk to the bartender, would you go up to mom and dad, what would you do? >> repressive. >> i mean, i'm just shocked that parents don't realize and first of all put themselves in that situation. when your kid is having a meltdown, i as a parent feel the need to like, okay, let's get out of here right away so i don't
. >> reporter: and the administration's response to one of the latest job report. >> the economy is not doing well and the fact that you have a white house celebrating an unemployment rate of 7.8% with 23 million americans out of work or unemployed or underemployed tells you a lot about the failure of this administration's polici policies. >> reporter: romney has made a shift to sharing a more compassionate side, something he resisted, in three straight rallies recounting the memories of a 14-year-old he befriended with leukemia. >> he asked me a very difficult question, mitt, what's knock. he called me brother romney, what's next? david passed away, but i'll always remember and never forget his courage, his clear eyes, his full heart. david can't lose. i love the greatness of the soul of the american people. >> reporter: and this week's main event doesn't actually include the president or mitt romney. instead, it's the vice presidential debate. this thursday between vice president joe biden and romney's running mate, paul ryan. after the lopsided debate this past week, willie, the stakes are
control of your personal economy. this is going to be helpful. call or come in today. fidelity investments. turn here. >>> back now at 8:11 with a scary moment that happened on live television over the weekend. qvc co-host kathy had only been on the air a couple of minutes when she started to waver, she patted her chest, and suddenly she collapsed. here's what it looked like at the time. and she is now -- >> you okay? >> -- with us. kathy, good morning. nice to see you upright, i should say that. how are you feeling? >> i feel really good. you know, i feel good. i just want to thank everyone who has reached out to me on twitter and facebook. it's been really overwhelming. >> i know you're a mom, you've got three children, it was early in the morning on sunday. you hadn't had a lot to eat. >> yeah, i ran out the door, grabbed something quick and went on my way, you know. my daughter was up late that night teething. i have three kids under the age of 4. so as a working mom, you just forget to take care of yourself sometimes. >> i was going to say, this sounds more like exhausted mom situatio
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